Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The third part of anything; specifically, the third part of the grain growing on a tenant's land at his death, in some places due to the lord as a heriot. Bailey, 1731. Also in plural.
- n. A custom practised at the English universities, where two thirds of the original price is allowed by the upholsterers to students for household goods returned to them within the year.
- n. Same as riding.
- v. present participle of third.
“- And I know I'm at least "thirding" an Ann Arbor visit!”
“KateO, you're "thirding" a comment where the person discusses issues by calling people a "shit" and you've got the gall to claim to be echoing what Obama was "saying all along?”
“Nothing new to add but seconding/thirding the Lansinoh recommendations – copious amounts.”
“I'm thirding (is that a word?) your welcoming smile, but from the bloggy perspective.”
“Nothing new to add but seconding/thirding the Lansinoh recommendations - copious amounts.”
“Seconding, or maybe thirding, on the wheelchair as furniture idea.”
“I'm thirding the suggestion that you check out TIAA-CREF.”
“Seconding (or thirding) Mick O'Shea's - the daily specials in particular.”
“I'm thirding the recommendation for Harlequin/Mills & Boon Medical romances.”
“So thirding the recommendation for Dharma Trading. heh - and may I suggest Dharma Trading?”
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